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I have fallen in love with all the Japanese tape that I am seeing everywhere online.
I've been doing a lot of crafts lately, especially fabric-related things, it seems -- don't worry, we're still eating.
Just in time for some valentine wine and dine, today we're using our fabric wrap to gift TWO bottles of wine!
Happy friday lovelies! Today we're using our fabric wrap to create a little shopping bag.
Lately I’ve been using all my fabric leftovers to make cloth wrap squares. It just occurred to me that this might be something worth sharing in a tutorial. It takes about 3 steps and 5 minutes.
Everyone we know loves vintage scarves, and they can often be had at thrift stores for between $.50 and $2. Consider adding some color to your table by wrapping your favors Japanese-style (the proper word is furoshiki) in vintage scarves. Look for scarves that are square (or have a tailor or seamstress sew the rectangular ones you find into squares).
August 20th, 2008 Email